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Taking a Walk on the Supply Side: 10 Steps to Control Health Care Costs
Karen Davis, The Commonwealth FundLink to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Mar. 28, 2005
Excerpt: Combined, these 10 supply-side approaches could generate substantial savings. Some would lower costs and improve care. None would require patients to forgo effective care or incur higher out-of-pocket costs. These steps would result in changes in the health sector that would likely affect the profitability of the insurance and pharmaceutical sectors. Other steps would reduce incomes of specialist physicians, which might reduce the attractiveness of pursuing medicine as a career.

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